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Georgia Voting

The 11th Circuit Friday lifted a federal judge's injunction that pushed back the deadline when Georgia's absentee ballots could be accepted, ruling that the state's decades-old deadline of 7 p.m. on Election Day did not violate voting rights.

ATLANTA — The 11th Circuit Friday lifted a federal judge's injunction that pushed back the deadline when Georgia's absentee ballots could be accepted, ruling that the state's decades-old deadline of 7 p.m. on Election Day did not violate voting rights.

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